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Description: Two farmers harvest oats on the farm of B.J. Deslauries with a Titan 10-20 tractor and a grain binder.
Description: Dennis and Ardis Weiand live at N9627 Hwy H (Section 1). Their home on the property was built in 1900 for $3,000 by William Enderle.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Sign near a field of oats, declaring that it was treated for smut. The sign reads, "The oats on this farm were treated for smut. The loss is 0.00 per cent...
Description: Edgar, Alexander, and Florentina Krueger posing with a Case company threshing machine. Edgar and Alexander stand in front of the machine, while Florentina...
Description: A group of men wash their hands in water bowls set on a wooden bench outside a farmhouse. A man stands nearby while drying hands on a towel and a woman loo...
Description: Front cover of a booklet produced by the Grid-Iron Grip Company entitled "The Tractor Traction Problem Solved: Just like a locomotive, It runs on its own."...
Description: Milan Beck purchased this property in 1973. Cows were milked here last in 1967.
Description: A sign on a fence declaring that the farm's oats were left untreated for smut. The sign reads, "The oats on this farm were not treated for smut. The loss...
Date: 1870 ca.
Description: The Michael Johnson Engesether family is seen from across a field standing at the side of a stone house with a frame addition. The house has a small front...
Date: 1885 ca.
Description: Elevated view of farm.
Description: View across field towards the Wendorf farm during winter time.
Description: Chickens gathered around an old manure spreader in a farm yard.
Description: A crew of men inspect a tractor next to a barn, while other men work with a threshing machine in the background.
Description: An International S-Series truck with a trailer on a dirt road in front of a newly-constructed silo and several barns and farm buildings.
Description: A man stands on a platform attached to an International tractor while taking photographs of a hay baler in a field at Hickory Hill. The farm was located 75...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Two men use a sprayer to apply pesticide to a field of corn.
Description: Todd and Mary Alice Bodden, Matthew (14) and Thomas (10), live at N8202 Hwy 175 (Section 23). This barn has been in the Bodden family since 1851.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A farmer operates a horse-drawn Milwaukee grain binder in a field.
Description: A woman uses an electric washer and wringer to launder clothing on the Babcock Farm.
Description: Group of men in a pen with livestock, including pigs, sheep, a cow, a donkey and horses. The livestock was owned by the Piney Woods Country Life School.
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